Coaxial Terminations Peak At 10 kW

Jan. 26, 2010
A pair of coaxial terminations promises to deliver extreme ruggedness for applications ranging from instrumentation to transmitters in the field. The models 368BNM and 369BNM operate from 2 to 18 GHz and 700 MHz to 18 GHz, respectively. The ...

A pair of coaxial terminations promises to deliver extreme ruggedness for applications ranging from instrumentation to transmitters in the field. The models 368BNM and 369BNM operate from 2 to 18 GHz and 700 MHz to 18 GHz, respectively. The model 368BNM handles RF input power to 500 W average and 5 kW peak. It boasts a maximum VSWR of 1.40:1 from 2 to 3 GHz, 1.30:1 from 3 to 12.4 GHz, and 1.45:1 from 12.4 to 18 GHz. At 6.5 lbs., the model 368BNM measures 11.9 x 3.88 in. including Type-N connector and heatsink. Its sibling, the model 369BNM, handles average RF input power to 175 W and 10 kW peak. It flaunts maximum VSWR of 1.20:1 from 700 MHz to 1 GHz, 1.10:1 from 1 to 9 GHz, and 1.20:1 from 9 to 18 GHz. The model 369BNM measures 13.1 x 3.88 in. including Type-N connector and heat sink and weighs 2.5 lbs.

L-3 Communications Corp., Narda Microwave-East, 435 Moreland Rd., Hauppauge, NY 11788; (631) 231-1700, FAX: (631) 231-1711, e-mail: [email protected], Internet: www.nardamicrowave.com/east.

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